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New Zealand's National Party Sued For Eminem Rip-Off Campaign Ad New Zealand's National Party Sued For Eminem Rip-Off Campaign Ad
The governing National Party in New Zealand has been sued by the publishing company of rapper Eminmen for copyright infringement. The party is accused of illegally using Eminem's song "Lose Yourself" in a campaign ad. The New Zealand Justice Department confirmed on Tuesday that the Detroit-based pub...
16.09.2014
09:33 Major Turkish Cities Get New Governors
New governors' decree brings fresh appointments to Istanbul and capital Ankara, including the police and state broadcaster.
16.09.2014
09:18
Anti-IS Coalition Mere Joke, Rouhani Says Anti-IS Coalition Mere Joke, Rouhani Says
Iranian President Hassan Rouhani has cast doubt on the sincerity of the coalition to fight terrorism, saying it is a “joke” that the countries which have supported and financed militant groups now seek to fight terrorism.
16.09.2014
09:17
Agrarian Sector, Tourism, ICT Are Directions For Expanding Azerbaijan-Germany Cooperation Agrarian Sector, Tourism, ICT Are Directions For Expanding Azerbaijan-Germany Cooperation
As of 2013, the trade turnover between Azerbaijan and Germany increased by 25 percent and hit $2.2 billion. The trade relations between the two countries increased by 15 percent in January-July 2014, Azerbaijani Minister of Economy and Industry Shahin Mustafayev said at a meeting with a delegation o...
16.09.2014
09:16
Congress Eyes Arming Syrian Rebels As Airstrikes Expand Congress Eyes Arming Syrian Rebels As Airstrikes Expand
An airstrike from the US military's new campaign to combat "Islamic State" has struck near Baghdad. Meanwhile, the US Congress is looking to approve a measure to arm moderate Syrian rebels before midterm elections. The American military's Central Command announced on Monday that it had conducted air...
16.09.2014
05:46
Chinese Internet Companies Heading West Chinese Internet Companies Heading West
With Alibaba poised to set a new record for the world's biggest IPO in New York, other Chinese Internet companies are also eyeing Western markets, says DW columnist Frank Sieren. It will be interesting to see how Alibaba, China's biggest e-commerce platform, fares this week with its US initial publi...
16.09.2014
05:17
US Airstrike Targets ISIS Fighters Near Baghdad US Airstrike Targets ISIS Fighters Near Baghdad
There was a U.S. airstrike southwest of Baghdad today, a new area of operations for U.S. fighter aircraft.
16.09.2014
05:03 US Announces First Airstrikes Under New Isil Strategy
Two strikes took place Sunday and Monday in support of Iraqi forces near the northern Iraqi town of Sinjar, and southwest of Baghdad.
16.09.2014
04:16
Russia, West Delay Key Element Of EU-Ukraine Trade Deal Russia, West Delay Key Element Of EU-Ukraine Trade Deal
Ukraine's deputy foreign minister has resigned in protest after the delay of a key part of an upcoming EU-Ukraine Association Agreement, due to be ratified on Tuesday. So why is the deal so controversial? The Ukrainian and European parliaments are set to ratify a controversial association agreement ...
16.09.2014
02:47
Iranian President: Nuclear Weapons-Free Middle East Favored Iranian President: Nuclear Weapons-Free Middle East Favored
Iran's President Hassan Rouhani said here Monday Iran believes the Middle East should be free from all types of weapons of mass destruction (WMD), and especially the nuclear weapons.
16.09.2014
02:46
Opinion: It's Going To Be A Long Fight Opinion: It's Going To Be A Long Fight
The Paris anti-terror conference has produced nothing new. Enough talking - we can analyze the causes later on. What's needed now is action to counter the "Islamic State" terrorist militia, says DW's Bernd Riegert. France's President Francois Hollande called a conference in Paris on combating the so...
16.09.2014
01:16
Hamburg Dismiss Coach Mirko Slomka Hamburg Dismiss Coach Mirko Slomka
Hamburg and coach Mirko Slomka, the duo that dodged relegation by a gnat's wing last season, have parted ways just three games into the new campaign. In those matches, HSV scored just one point and not a single Goal. The Bundesliga coaching "sack race" is about the only competition that Hamburger Sp...
16.09.2014
23:33 Apple's New Smartphones Break Pre-Order Record
Around 4 million Iphone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus were ordered within the first 24 hours after the smartphones were launched.
15.09.2014
23:33
Iran Urges Regional Campaign To Uphold Caspian Peace Iran Urges Regional Campaign To Uphold Caspian Peace
Iran's Defense Minister Brigadier General Hossein Dehqan has called for a concerted effort among the Caspian Sea littoral states to uphold the security and stability of the region.
15.09.2014
23:18 German Pilots Cancel Strike At Frankfurt Airport
Union calls off strike on Tuesday following a new proposal by Lufthansa management.
15.09.2014
22:47
No ISIL Oil Comes To Turkey, Energy Minister Says No ISIL Oil Comes To Turkey, Energy Minister Says
The nearly 200,000 barrels arriving each day in Ceyhan, Turkey, from Kirkuk, Iraq, do not contain Islamic State of Iraq and Levant (ISIL) oil, said Turkish Energy Minister Taner Yildiz on Monday.
15.09.2014
22:46
Former Auschwitz Guard Charged With 300,000 Counts Of Accessory To Murder Former Auschwitz Guard Charged With 300,000 Counts Of Accessory To Murder
Germany has charged a 93-year-old man with 300,000 counts of accessory to murder. The man worked as a prison guard for the Auschwitz death camp in 1944. German prosecutors have charged a 93-year-old man with over 300,000 counts of accessory to murder, authorities announced on Monday. Oskar G. worked...
15.09.2014
22:33 Huge Observation Tower Takes Shape In Amazon Rainforest
Taller than the Eiffel Tower, the new Brazilian German ATTO monitoring tower is being built in the heart of pristine Amazon rainforest in a bid to deepen understanding of weather, climate and the Earth's atmosphere.
15.09.2014
22:17
Weidmann: Monetary Policy Has 'Reached Its Limits' Weidmann: Monetary Policy Has 'Reached Its Limits'
As EU finance ministers convened in Milan, the European Central Bank's latest decision stoked controversy. In an exclusive DW interview, German Bundesbank President Jens Weidmann assessed the bank's contentious move. DW: Dr. Weidmann, the conventional monetary policy of the European Central Bank has...
15.09.2014
22:03 No Isil Oil Comes To Turkey, Energy Minister Says
The nearly 200,000 barrels arriving each day in Ceyhan, Turkey from Kirkuk, Iraq, do not contain Islamic State of Iraq and Levant oil, said Turkish Energy Minister Taner Yildiz.
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